Sure, this 4,236 square foot NW Contemporary has a spacious kitchen with a large cooktop, big fridge, and plenty of counter space; but is also has a butler’s pantry. The extra touch that proves their love of food is a permanent canning station.
Minimalism doesn't have to mean tiny. A 2,527 square foot custom home sits on Camano with few distractions. Keep it simple and simply enjoy views of Mt. Rainier and the Sound from five acres of high-bank waterfront.
Maybe you're looking for a beachside getaway or possibly want to downgrade to something a bit more relaxed. Either way, consider these three Washington waterfront tiny homes to see if they're what you're looking for.
Small can be sweet, but it is how you decorate it that matters. This tiny beach cabin on Camano is 540 square feet and is priced at $265,000, and has the same level of design details seen in houses that are twice as expensive.